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Two suspects wanted in Chandos Taco's shooting


 

Police are looking for two suspects who shot a man at Chandos Taco's on Arden Way Wednesday night.

Police describe the suspects as two Hispanic men in their 20's. One suspect is believed to be 6 feet tall and armed with a handgun, the other is described as 5 feet 10 inches tall wearing a white t-shirt. 

The victim was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. 

Anyone with any information is encouraged to call the Sacramento Police Department. 


Brother of alleged terror suspect released from jail


Samer Mohammed Al-Jayab, the brother of Aws Mohammed Younis Al-Jayab who was arrested for allegedly making false statements involving international terrorism, was released from jail Saturday morning. 

Samer was arrested earlier this week for charges out of Wisconsin related to conspiracy, definition of stolen property, receipt of stolen property, aiding and abetting and interstate transportation of stolen property. Samer Al-Jayab, Samer's brother Younis Mohammed Al-Jayab and Ahmed Waleed Mahmood, a cousin, were also charged. 

Sacramento police arrest two and seize property in homeless protest


For the second time in a week Sacramento police broke up a homeless protest at Sacramento City Hall and made arrests. And this time, they took the protester's belongings.

"They took everything," Mohammed Abughannan said. "They took people's blankets, they took people's underwear, They took people's phones."

The homeless protesters are angry with police for enforcing a city ordinance that makes it illegal to camp on public property. Ysidro Valles sees it differently.

"If you're trying to serve and protect, you have to do what you're ordered to do."

He also once agreed to serve and protect. Ysidro says he served in Vietnam with the US Army. Now, he's homeless.

"It's ok until you start being wake up or the rain starts coming down, or even the homeless people come and mess with you," he said.

Man arrested after pointing a laser at CHP aircraft.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A man was arrested on Friday night for a probation violation after he allegedly pointed a laser at a California Highway Patrol aircraft.

Police were called to the 5200 block of 49th Street after a CHP aircraft said someone on the ground pointed a laser at it. 

Officers went to the house and Medina was arrested after further investigation. He was also charged with discharging a laser at an aircraft. 

 

Man found dead on South Sac road after alleged hit-and-run


A man was found dead after allegedly being hit by a car on a South Sacramento road early Saturday morning.

Police said the man was found lying in the westbound lane at Mack Road and Archean Way at 1 a.m. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

Police said after examining evidence and interviewing witnesses, it was determined the victim was hit by a car traveling west, and the driver of the car fled the scene. A second car also hit the victim, according to witnesses. That driver stayed at the scene until police arrived. 

Investigators are checking road cameras for more information.

New developments in Sacramento "Stingray" case